The most unimportant things you'll never need to know.
Every sweater worn by Mr. Rogers in his show “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” was hand-knitted by his mother.
On 9/11, a guide dog named Roselle led a group of people, including her blind owner, down 78 flights of stairs before the North Tower collapsed. She only stopped to give kisses to a woman who was having a panic attack.
Only 0.4656% of Americans make $400,000 or more a year. Not 82% of Americans.
Judge Judy makes about $47 million a year for 52 days of filming. Just over $900,000 per workday.
"Gaslighting" is a type of psychological abuse, where a person is presented with so much false information; they begin to doubt their own memory and perception. The abuser's goal is to make the other person believe they're "crazy."
When Beethoven first performed Symphony No. 9, unable to hear the audience due to his hearing loss, one of his singers turned him around to show him his standing ovation.
"FaceApp" which has recently gone viral for its age filter, now owns access to more than 150 million people's faces and names. According to their user agreement, the company owns a never-ending, irrevocable royalty-free license to do almost anything they wish with them.
Today is the 215th day of 2019. The El Paso shooting is the 249th mass shooting of 2019.